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All Art Radio – August 27, 2010

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August 27, 2010

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Maybe light is the only thread through here, along with The Straphangers Art Ensemble, several interviews with several painters, especially Bridget Riley, poems and poets expound at length, David Moss on the functional purposes of art in society, and beyond irony in post-modern art. And no, I cant understand him either.- Callers to boot, but I cant get my foot in the phone.

3 Hours.

August 20, 2010 – All Art Radio

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August 20, 2010

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Its all William Burroughs and we hear a whole lot from the old and young geezer, himself. Dr. Benway operates throughout the show, and no blood is spared, including an emergency language warning from me. Along with lectures, panels, readings, and performances, we hear some of Burroughs very early voice experiments with audio tape machines and his explanation of the cut-up technique and process. Also, Laurie Andersons musical tributes to Sharky, and the entire poem, /”Howl,/” read by Allen Ginsberg.

3 Hours.

All Art Radio – August 12, 2010

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August 12, 2010

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Unfocused and rambling after another tribute to John Cage, this is what All Art Radio is all about. Art & Language and other high altitude intellectualizing about the function and nature of art, communication philosophy, Komar & Malemed and Chris Burden do the alphabet, and painters are interviewed.

3 Hours.

All Art Radio, August 6, 2010

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August 6, 2010

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This one is all John Cage. The entire show consists of a seamless mix of Cage talk, Cage interviews, and Cage performances, intermixed and layered throughout. This most influential composer speaks and speaks and speaks about his music and his composing philosophy, including silence.

3 Hours.